For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," for September 11th 1937. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition of the Print is Very Good, the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. ( No Supplement with this issue.)
Front Page shows a Photograph from "The Archery Championships at Windsor." Mrs. Simon, woman champion of the world, competing for the Southern Counties championship which she won last week.
Articles. 1- Editorial called "Less 1066 And All That."
2- Editorial called "Stags, Good And Bad."
3- Country Notes. a- The Treasures of Spain. b- Our National Music. c- Farewell to Cticket. d- A New use for an Old Castle. e- The Art of the Hedger. f- Bracken and Ragwort. g- A Bouquet for Town-Planning. h- "Grass-Cheese" for Pigs ? i- Old Ways For Oaks.
4- A Casual Commentary. (Sightseers in the Cotswolds.) Written by B.D.
5- The Circus in the Country. (Life on Tour and behind the Scenes.) Written by Antony Coke.
6- The African Mandates. (I.- Ruanda-Urundi.) Written by Patrick Balfour.
7- A WQood-Pigeon Family. Written and Illustrated by Eric J. Hosking.
8- Featured home this week is "Crathes Castle, Kincardineshire. The Seat of Maj.- Gen. Sir James Burnett, BT of Leys. Begin in 1553 by Alexander Burnett of Leys, and finished in 1596, Crathes is one of the earliest and finest of the "Jacobean" Scottish castles. The family has held the property since 1323. Written by Christopher Hussey.
9- Books and Authors. (The Romance of a Shipping Line - A Review by Howard Marshall.)
10- Table Ways with Partridges. Written by Ambrose Heath.
11- At the Theatre. "Crest of the Wave." Witten by George Warrington.
12- The Forestry Society's Conference. Written by Reginald Davey.
13- The King's Cup Air Race. Written by Oliver Srewart.